How much will it cost to live and to study in Flensburg?
Cost of Living
The cost of living is generally slightly lower than in major German cities. Students are recommended to budget for a minimum of 600,00 EUR to 700,00 EUR monthly, including rent. Breakfast, lunch and snacks are available in the main campus refectory (Mensa) open on weekdays from 8:30 to 4:00. The menu includes vegetarian dishes daily.
Cost of living in Flensburg
Additional costs may occur for
Travel within Germany, books and materials, leisure activities (sport, etc.), accommodation and deposit for families (if applicable)
The costs listed above are average costs, they may vary according to the individual lifestyle and do not include the cost of excursions and International Class.
You find more information on living and studying in Flensburg here or generally in Germany here .
The University of Flensburg does not charge tuition fees.
Enrolment and Semester Fee:
A non-recurring administration fee of 25,00 EUR has to be paid for enrolment. For each term you have to pay a semester fee of 259,00 EUR, which is a contribution for the students union and the students services (Studentenwerk). The "Studentenwerk" operates the students halls of residence and the refectories, where you can buy meals at a reduced price. The fee also includes a semester ticket covering public transport within the city of Flensburg, Schlewig-Hostein and city of Hamburg for the duration of the semester.
Cost of Excursions:
During the first two semesters students will participate in several excursions. The total cost of these excursions is in the range of 500,00 EUR. We will apply for funding of excurions, but it cannot be guaranteed that our application will be approved.
Cost of International Class:
Participation in the compulsory 5-week "International Class" costs about 1.200,00 to 1.400,00 EUR, depending on the location and size of the students group. This includes all cost for transport, accommodation and food. During the time of the International Class you don't need accommodation in Flensburg. For DAAD scholarship holders we will apply for DAAD funding, but it cannot be guaranteed that our applications will be approved.
Cost of Field research:
Students have to conduct a 3-month field research to prepare their Master Thesis. This field research is usually conducted in a developing country. The cost of flight, local transport, accommodation and subsistence depend on the location.